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Meet the Veterinarians & Team of The Village Vet in Baltimore! We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets! Please call us at 410-367-8111 to speak to one of our caring veterinary staff members!
Dr. Robert Berry - Veterinarian/ Practice Owner
Education: University of Florida College of veterinary Medicine
Hometown: Hanover, MD
Pets: Clyde and Slash
Dr. Berry graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park in 1977 with a BS degree in Animal Science. Because of an interest in food animal production, he began study and received his DVM degree from the University Of Florida College Of Veterinary Medicine in 1981. Having re-evaluating options following graduation, he started his clinical practice career at a local companion animal practice, the Glen Burnie Animal Hospital. Seeking a change of pace, a five year stint at the Emergency Veterinary Clinic (EVC) in Catonsville, MD followed his first practice association. After the EVC experience he worked as a relief veterinarian in several area practices before starting his own practice (Whetstone Point Veterinary Hospital) in the Federal Hill area of Baltimore, MD. Four years later he purchased the Animal Medical Center of Mount Washington. In 2005, the Federal Hill practice was sold and Animal Medical Center of Mount Washington, now rebranded and renamed, “The Village Vet”, became his singular professional object of interest. Numerous equipment, technology and physical plant upgrades have occurred and continue to be a part of the long term practice goal of providing quality companion animal care to the surrounding neighborhoods of Mount Washington Village.
Dr. Berry is married to Marie Therese, a Philadelphia, PA native who came to the Maryland/ DC area to study Art Therapy at George Washington University and work following graduation. Their son, Christopher, has now graduated from college with a degree in Electrical Engineering and works in Philadelphia, PA. Marie and Rob enjoy time in their home with their two cats (down from a peak population of five cats). Gardening is his primary interest; floral design is Marie’s interest. Music (piano and bagpiping) is a close second interest much to the consternation of their neighbors. They both are looking to move to a more rural location so that they can further pursue their outside interests and add more four footed companions to their household.
Dr. Amanda Stump - Veterinarian
Education: College of Notre Dame, Virginia Tech
Hometown: Baltimore, MD
Pets: Lexi Marie, the Doxie!, George Herbert, Olivia
Dr. Amanda Stump is a Baltimore native who graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Biology from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland in 2005. She received her DVM from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine four years later. Her passions in the field include soft tissue surgery, internal medicine and preventative care. In addition to her time spent in private practice, she enjoys working at a local shelter to provide care to cats and dogs seeking new homes.
In her spare time, Dr. Stump has no spare time because she is planning her wedding!! She also enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends, traveling, and playing the piano.
Sylvia - Hospital Manager
Education: Coppin State University
Hometown: Silver Spring, MD
Pets: Paris the Mini Poodle
Sylvia has worked in the veterinary field for over 10 years, 6 of those have been right here at The Village Vet! She graduated from Coppin State University in 2009 with a BA in Social Work and Psychology, but her love for furry friends has kept her devoted to animal health. She is the mother to an awesome little person named Heaven!! Syliva is a top chef and enjoys all things nature, an avid hiker and traveller, she is always looking for a new adventure!
Kendall - Technician
Education: Coppin State University
Hometown: Washington, DC
Pets: Too many to count...he considers all of his pet sitting clients his own!
An advocate for animal welfare, Kendall began working at the Baltimore Zoo’s hospital and reptile house in 2002, focusing on husbandry and followed his zeal for animal health to The Village Vet in 2007. It is at this hospital that he has been able to learn from the excellent doctor staff and apply that knowledge to provide outstanding care for patients.
Kendall was born in Washington, DC and attended Coppin State University for International Studies. Whilst in his sophomore year his focus veered toward fashion design and he has since steadily gained traction in the industry through several successful freelance design opportunities. When he is not at The Village Vet or traipsing around New York, Kendall can be found riding his bike around his Charles Village neighborhood, attempting a headstand at yoga or volunteering at the LGBT center in Mt. Vernon.
Stephanie - Technician
Pets: Comet, Apollo, Luna and Gunner
Like all of us at The Village Vet Stephanie has had a lifelong love of animals. She comes to us with two years of experience working overnight at an emergency practice. She has plans to further her education and become a registered veterinary technician in the future.
Outside of work Stephanie enjoys training her two horses for the equestrian sport of eventing. She also has two shepherd mixes and a Malamute.
Timea - Technician
Pets: Princess Jack Jack, Lucy, Baby Magic and Bob Marley
Timea started working with animals when she was still in high school. She worked in shelter medicine at the MDSCA for six years. At the Village Vet you will often find her monitoring anesthesia or prepping for the next surgery. When Timea isn’t at work she loves to go hiking with her dogs. The dogs also love to join her on the sidelines of her boyfriend’s bike tournaments. She is an avid shopper and spoils her two adorable nephews, Danny and Peter!!
Brittney - Receptionist
Education: Towson University
Originally from Harford County, Brittney has lived in the city for 5 years. She has over 7 years of experience in the veterinary field, working in small animal and emergency medicine.She has come to prefer small animal medicine because getting to know the clients and patients on a more personal level is very rewarding for her. She is currently studying Biology at Towson University and will soon be applying to veterinary school. Brittney has one dog, a lovely pitty rescue named Coozette. Brittney and Coozey are avid hikers, swimmers and dog park attendees!
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1620 Sulgrave Avenue Baltimore, MD